Thursday, July 08, 2010
The 3rd episode of the Twilight saga, this film showed remarkable continuity from its previous episodes as if the 4 films were shot at all at the same time. It just depends on the time of its release. Though as work of art, we still need to justify the rationality behind a love story told from the point of view of a vampire and a werewolf. It is the actors / actresses that are the film's main asset as the audience keep abreast of what would possibly happen with this love triangle. The fourth episode may be the greatest crowd drawer of all.
This may be a love story, but the idea of selling one's soul just to be one with the dead may be the very reason why this film is repulsive. Moreover, a passion in its extremist form as symbolized by a werewolf is equally revolting as well. Most repulsive of all is the female character who compromises all her worth, soul and spirit just to be drawn to either extreme. In the end, all these characters may not be worth emulating at all. Take care not to compromise those moral values for the sake of an immature love.